Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Jax Symphony Offers :


'' '';':' A Salute/ To The U. S. Navy of HA HISTORY

Jax Jacksonville with -- and also the culturAl/ H.K. Smithsymilonypresithe} arts are important to tant to arts and culture wherever -I
Symphony will recognize: the contribution this community dent. the Navy in our community. it based,"'Smith add- -
cultural impact.of thousands makes to the Navy," said "We believe culture and just as the Navy Is impor- ed. "This is the first time t
of Navy personnel on the city to my knowledge the Navy I
In a "Hail to the Navy" has been so honored; ." ,
concert to be held Tuesday I
at 8:30 p.m. in the Civic F f I; t > I Guests of honor will include
Auditorium. r' I ;,< ,x, ,. o > ,, .: senior officers of NAS r:
The program, conducted t as well as Cecil Field and ,
by John Canarina, will include r 0 >k' Mayport. A reception for ;>
the Symphonic} Scenario ) :.t. i them will be conducted after t:
from "Victory at Sea" : 1-,:. i the concert by the League .:':
by Richard Rogers, and will t j and the symphony.
conclude with a "Navy :.:'. "
Hymn" rendition by the NAS Reserved sections will accommodate -' I
Protestant Chapel Choir. Navy ambulatory '.
Under the direction of patients Who will be admitted
Fred Mohle local Navy / free Smith said. The pro- ,
League president, the Navy gram will open with a presentation ,
League of Jacksonville is of colors byaNavy ;
sponsoring and arranging t I- ',f t color guard from NAS.
this first Navy concert by
the symphony.} ,.. ", 4" s It is hoped that a large
"Impact of the Navy on our turnout of Navy and civilian
community's economic music lovers will fill most
structure is well known, but of the 3,200 auditorium seats
we're long overdue in recognizing for the concert. Special half-
the Navy contribution price tickets are now avail-
to culture and arts of able from Special Services,
any community it is involved The Jax Symphony Orchestra Bldg. 704.Publl.b.d .

Hubbell Pay ProposalThis

Year Is UnlikelyIt
by too Holt Pubilahlnf Company private firm Opinion axpreased by the publisher writers bent art Uitlr own and act to b.considered in o f f I el.tipresalon of any
VillUry department Tbo.ppesnga of advlrUlemlnlatllIIla publication doestmtcon.ututesn endorsement any military department of the product.cr....lcII advertised.
looks like the much talked about Hubbell pay plan won't

get before Congress any time soon, although a percentage hike

Local Fleet Air Wing -perhaps as much as 12.6 per cent in base pay-may be in the
\ offing for the nation's men and women in uniform July I.
chance ot the Hubbell

Sets Command Change proposal becoming law this year ment pay, exchange and commissary -
.1 in edi-
was reported yesterday's
'. privileges, and a host of
'. tion of Navy Times after the
other benefits the
military plus
i '",' Washington-based: paper, inter ', that ,would come if the
Herlong m' aboard expense
Jax -- Capt. Daniel :'CaptHerlong served t, ,viewed House -Armed Services
who ,underwent naval avia- the,heavy cruiser USS,Pensacola Committee.Chairman-L.' Mendel 'package becomes, law, makes it
tion indoctrination at NAS Jax in the Pacific after' his''initial .Rivers (D./S.C.).', ., -- 'doubtful- that a busy Congresscan
after graduating from the Naval aviation indoctrination at NAS digesf'the proposal, make
Academy in 1943, returns here Jax. He entered flight trainingin Links Pay Scales inevitable changes, and vote it
for duty to assume command of the fall of 1944 arid was sub- The Hubbell plan, named after into law during the current calen-
Fleet Air Wing 11. sequently designated a naval RAdm. Lester E. Hubbell dar year.
'He relieves Capt. Walter W. aviator in August 1945. who headed a two-year study If approved by Congress the
Honour in 2 p.m. ceremonies tomorrow He later served with a train- that would have linked militarypay percentage pay hike would result -
from 1967 law which link-
In the VP hangar com- ing unit and patrol squadron before I to that of Civil Service em- ed a and civilian
military employeepay
plex. Capt Honour, who has attending postgraduate ployees, would completely revamp raises. Under thatmilitary
commanded the local air wing school and receiving a master of the military pay picture.
personnel are con-
arts degree from Stanford Uni- The current system of base pay, sidered fpr a pay raise when-
versity. plus allowances for various reasons ever civil servants are voted
t Following more squadron and NEW LEADER-Rkhard M. would be scrapped under! wage increases.
a staff duty he, attended the Armed Nixon took the helm as 37th the Hubbell plan in favor of an
Forces Staff College before join- President of the United States overall cash salary with a con- Other Proposals
VP-56 officer.He retirement fund.
ing operations tributory
Monday thereby becoming new Chairman Rivers also told
was later executive officer While it was reported earlier
of the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy Times that the House may
,and commanding officer that the plan stood a good chance
patrol squadron*. He was award- Armed Forces. In World War of getting into the hands of the pass a bill during 1969 to pro-
II President Nixon served as nation's: legislators early this vide dental care to all military

(Continued on Page 2)) a Navy lieutenant commander. year, the complexities of retire- dependents.Defense pay officials have reportedly -

discussed several alternatives -

Mall MondayThe for consideraton if
New Exchange Opens
the Hubbell plan dies In Con-
gress. Included are tenative
Navy Exchange Service Is in the exchange complex. Two that may be required. A new suggestions to raise base pay,
Captain Herlong Mall will hold its grand open- opticians will fill lense pre- stitching machine designed for quarters and subsistence al-
ing Monday and will offer expanded scriptions and offer a selectionof inside work has been added which lowances.Navy Times reportedthat
since Feb. 1, 1968, will report services in all its new at least 350 different frames. assures you of a complete job the cost of shelter has gone I
for duty with the Naval Air shops. The Ccbbler Shop is also in a in saving those shoes. up 25 per cent since that last :
Systems Command. The ladies will be delightedto new location to take care of shoe quarters allowance, increases t
Local military and civilian dignitaries know that the Beauty Shop is repair needs. It has all new Personal Services has raw in 1963. A 25 per cent sub-
have been invited to now decorated in an oriental equipment to handle replacing of come under one roof and handles sistence increase would hike
the command change and RAdm. motif, fully carpeted with the soles and heels or any stitching 20 different services. commuted rations to as muchas
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most modern equipment in its "'< $75 a month or more and
eight booth units. The shop ,. quarters allowances for a mar-
has expanded to 17 dryer units ried E-4 with over 4 years service -
and also offers two individual to as much as $131.50.An .
beauty treatment rooms. )-3 could get over $160.
The tonsorial needs of the These alternatives to the Hub-
men will be handled in the allnewly bell plan are only possible sug-
equipped Barber Shop ;. gestions at this time and any
1, q which now has 12 chairs double f change to the present allowances -
the size of the old shop. The would depend on Congres-
barbers will be using the new sional action before becoming
"clippervac" method of shorten law.
ing hair and the barbers agree 555 5line.
z that this shop is one of the DtP1.v' __ -. INSIDE-
S finest in the Jacksonville area. pt
S To put time to good use while p Edlorials..Page: 2
waiting the shop has added a 's'L r P a
little flavor from the old days ; Club Schedules Page 2
Captain Honour by offering a pool table for the c
waiting customer. &..b'l1zS,5_ ': IS 't Civil Service. Page 5

George P. Koch,commander U.S. Moved From HospitalThe flourescent lights
Southern Command FINISHING TOUCH-Workmen are installing
Naval and commandant Forces 15th Naval Dis- Optical Shop has moved above sinks in Barber Shop as they near completion of new Movies . Page 9

roe r ..2.trict., will be the guest speaker. from the hopital area and now shopping mall connected to the Main Exchange.

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Auto Safety DiagnosisAmerican 43i k + SUNDAY MASS 9 &, 11 a.m.

DA1Y MASS llao ".m.
,,2 SATURDAY MASS 0 a.m.
automobile manufactures are out-doing themselvesyear I Yi1 p.m.-
after year. Their products seem to be better engineeredand 5:30: p.m. &. 7 p.m.-7JO: p.m.

more beautiful in appearance as time evolves, and they are TUESDAY
being purchased in record numbers. Single Young Catholic Organization -
We might add that safety consciousness on the part of the manu- - 7:30 p.m.

facturers and Congressional involvement in this area, are pro-
moting more' rigid precautions. Hundreds of autos are being recalled U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL '

each year by manufacturers to repair equipment deemed M. I,llkv's (Kipfl( t

unsafe. ,. ,
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But be this as it may, it is the driver of the automobile, in most SUNDAY MASS 8:00 a.m.
cases, who causes the accidents. A car with faulty brakes inade- PROTESTANT

quate windshield wipers or headlights can be taken to a garage to ..,. SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.
correct these deficiencies. But, how about excessive speeding--
doing 75 miles an hour on a 55 mile an hour highway? K.R. Wheeler, director of Financial Services,
A check with the legal office of the National Safety Council in APPLIES-RAdm. PROTESTANT
Washington early this month produced some astounding figures.In Office of the Navy Comptroller signs his membership application All (Ihlt's (;'Impel
the first nine months of last year more than 40,000 Americansdied into the American Society for Military Comptrollers. Look-
on our highways and bi-ways! The projected figure for deathson ing on are (I to r) Capt. H.O. Cutler, commanding officer; Cdr.
our roads for the remainder of 1968 will be in excess of 54,900. G.H. Eckert, comptroller; James L. Phillips, deputy comptroller SUNDAY
While you're trying to digest those sickening figures,add 1,900,000 and Capt. D.A., Hempson, supply officer. The admiral was CHURCH SCHOOL 0:00) a.m.
Americans who were injured, many so seriously they will be maimedfor aboard the station Jan. 16 as guest speaker of the Armed :hilh. 1722JUNK'

life. Forces Management Association. CIUlnGI\I :-'-.luanl.. .
Iiviiichtar..hipcrrito-It': \ ; .
I31dn. ;'i WO:

New Emphasis Put On Junior Youth I Fcl1lwhip>: f> p.m.:

Bid).!. v7'J2.
Gioir Rchc.ir-j: | 7 p.m.:;
RecruitmentThe .
Minority Did*. 750: ()

70 THURSDAYJunior! t: ,
i 7 a Choir Uelicjrsal: -- ,1 t p.l1l.

U. S. Navy Is engaged in Negro students with opportunitiesfor I Did*. ;u i 750Yoinitt :
a program of encouraging quali- commissions through the OCS > Aduli! Club 7 p.m.
nld ;. ';"7)0: ()
fied members of minority groups program.
to apply for officer commissionsand The Navy is also welcoming ClirHian: :ciciuv :'cr\ut2' 8:00()()

enlisted service.Contributing eligible minority group women to jxfn. Bid\*. 750(
to this program is officer assignments in the -
the Navy's Minority Officer Re WAVES and Navy Nurse Corps. r--------,

cruitment Effort (MORE), which High School juniors and seniorsare I
has than doubled the number
more also being invited to apply for |

The National Safety Council, U.S. Armed Forces, Congress and of Negro\ officer C.1ndidates'since entrance to the U. S. Naval Aca I

automobile manufacturers can expend all the energy in their pos- September Last year 1967., the number of min demy. And the Navy is also:; offering I
session to ask you to drive safely. ..but you decide the end re- ority members graduatingfrom rated positions to qualified Violations \
sult. It's for your sake and your family's sake not theirs. group Officer Candidate School, construction men for ser- I
;', Remember when the last squeal of burning rubber has faded Naval Reserve Officer Training vice in the Seabee program.I I

away -- who will be an added statistical figure? You or them? Corps ,and the Naval Academywas The MORE program intends Tlie following is a report.of
For your sake and your family's sake, please drive safely duringChaplain's triple that of' the precedingyear to "carry out a broad, systematic motor vehicle accidents and traf-
It/69. increasing from 47 to 116. and painstaking, program to fic violations for the period
In addition to special effortsby provide equal career opportunities January 7 through 13.
recruiters to attract pros- to Negroes andmembers, of Number of Accidents
MessageBy pects, about 50 Negro officers other racial minorities, as wellas This week . . .5
have visited more than 300 colleges to eliminate all vestiges of Total accidents this year

and universities to aquaint discrimination from Navy life." through Jan. G. . . ,.9
Lt. J. Rodgers, CHC Number oi accidents through

January 1968 . . 18.
Eve was given to Adam, and the word "Helpmate" was mentioned. Club Schedules Total number of days since last
Man was not created to be alone. lie likes and needs companionshipwhen Injury in a motor vehicle accident -
he is performing almost all the functions that make up his life. . . . 81
I'm sure only one man, watching the Super Bowl \game from the 50 and again from 8 .p.m. until Number of Violations
yard line, would have had less enjoyment than the thousands that did Ace/ Deucy Club midnight. This week . . 35

individually.We CPO Club Speeding . . . 7
treat God so casually. No wonder that the phrase came out, Weekend entertainment at. the Reckless Driving i '. . .0
"God Is dead." He seems of little importance to us, the way we Acey Deucy Club includes Tommy maker Mark Castle will be the music Going through stop sign .1
perform in this world. "C" tomorrow night, The Tune tomorrow night and the Other violations . 22
Many have said, "I don't have to be in a lapel to pray or to Twisters, Saturday and, Mel Ga- Saturday night Twenty-four drivers appeared
worship I don't need the fellowship and warmth of companionshipwhen den, Sunday. Rib Roast specials :include Prime before the Traffic HearingBoard
I express my love to God." Man can show more expressedlove A buffet dinner is', servedeveryday for$1.95Sunday;Fried on Jan. 16. Disposition of the
for a pet, he can show more eagerness to fellowship at a except Saturday, beginning Chicken for $.95, Tuesday; Rib cases included the following:five
Steak for $1.35
sporting event, yet man can't set aside a little time to worship God at 11 a.m. Eye Wednesdayand lost driving and parking privileges -
for $
in communion' with his fellow man. Friday is I no longer "ComeAs pizzas .75 Thursday aboard station for various -
The next step is to forget to worship, then we soon forget to pray. You Are", for the Main Ball evening. periods; 10 were assignedto \
Room. Uniforms or proper civilian Officers Club complete an eight-hour coursein
r FAW-11 I I Command Change (Continued ,from, Page 2)) ., .. attire must be worn. "Come remedial driving; five received -
Tonight is"Beefeaters
As You Are" Is l now being held Night"; suspensions; 14 were given
ed the Navy Comm ndaton Medal ing officer of the USS Fremont.. in the Ancor Room everynight. from Champagne 6 to {9) Dinner p.m. Saturday Special in and the warning; one was dismissed; 15

for his performance of duty while (APA-44)). were fined (U.S. Commissioner);
: .Blue.Jackets Tuesday is Steak Night.[
skipper of the squadron duringthe lIe is married to the former :,:, .;; : : Inn Entertainment features and two referred to commanding
Sunie Barr Qark of Louisville, at the
Cuban crisis.
officers for
Officer's Club possible.disciplinaryaction.
Capt. Her long comes to Jacksonville Ky. The Captain and Mrs. Her- TIle Rowe Brothers will be the the includes "Jean at Six drivers were assess '

from duty as command long have five children. r music .makers-' tonight, and again and Organ"Thursdays Sundays, from, Tuesdays 6 to JO ed 15 traffic points. .
Jan. 29. l1ieCryst -Cathedralwill
be on stage tomorrow and p.m. Special Services Ticket Sales
Sunday night. Phil ,Cay and the
J :X All* NEWSThe Chantel will; be under the lights Warning! The following tickets are now
Saturday afternoon, followed by on sale at the Special Services
Ticket Sales Off ice,building 704.
the Standard Production
Saturday -
evening and Sunday after- warning has been issuedby Ferante and Teicher, Jan. 24,
J JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise' Newspaper noon. TIle Camclots will pro- the base security office to prices: $2.50: $3.50: () and $4.50.
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, vide the beat Monday night and the party that illegally removed Cactus Flower, Jan. :30 and:Ml,
100 prices: $2.50.! () $3.50:) and $4.50.!
cartridges from
the Soul
Jacksonville: Florida' by the Molt Publishing Company, a Challengers Tuesday '
storeroom last Ringling Brothers CircusJan.
private firm.' All Copy submitted for use in the' JAX AIR night. weekend. .
The :31 to Feb. 2. Inquire at Bldg.
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box Go-Go Girls will dance at the cartridges are designedfor 704 for price variations.

2, NAS Jacksonville: by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub- club every day from 2 to 6 p.m. ers use to fire by nails construction into work- Jax Symphony, Jan. 28,prices:
lication. News items' are welcomed from all sources Tele- concreteand $1, 1.50: $2 and $2.50.
phone 772 3118 or 3119. if not used in a specially! WQIK Shower of Stars, Jan.

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries' ( t$1rLjavAFF designed injury.gun The will shell cause is about serious 25! prices: $2, $:a l and $4.

concerning such should be directed' to: R 3/8" in length with a long Over half MISHAPS
of all turnpike accidents -
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. crimped end that is paintedred. involve only one vehicle
Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephbne 388 2755 It vsill fit into any type of which usually drives off a
NCEw .22-caliber weapon but sinceit straight roadway, according to
VOL. 26, No. 42 JANUARY 23, 1969 is highly explosive it needsa the National Safety Council.
Two-vehicle turnpike mishapsare
special to be/fired
gun most often rear-end col ,
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January 23, 1969 JAX AIR I MEWS/.AFTER BURNER Page 3 ;:

I JaN'avy Federal l Credit Union; Sets Annual Meetingi. j

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Sax --.The 17th annual mem- liams, supervisory aircraft Inspector Military Personnel Division,HAS '. 1
t .. e.4.}.'. I bership meeting'' of the Jax Navy Naval Air Rework Fa- Jacksonville. (/'
:':" '." ..,, ) \ Federal Credit Union will be cility. Members present at the meet- I I
called to order at 7:30 p.m. inKing Credit Committee nomineesare ing will be called on to select
U ;: l Hall, NATTC, here Jan. W.T. Martin, Production from this group, and any others I
....," ).,. ,....'t: "" 31. An estimated 900 members gineering Department, Naval Air nominated from the floor duringthe
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:' and guests from NAS Cecil Rework Facility T.W. Mincey, meeting those they feel will
"r : !: Field: and NAS Jax are expected production controller, Naval Air best represent them in the management -
rJlI" to be on hand when Presi- Rework Facility; and PNI H.D. of the credit union's affairs -
: I ""o' : dent,,meeting.Don R. Moran opens the annual Simmons, office supervisor, I

.!!I I Members will hear
sent. ,.. from officials on the financial reports Rear Admiral Stroh ;

'Jj condition and progress of the

will Directors credit report union.on for important President the Board actions Moran of To Be Guest SpeakerGuest

and projects during the past year.
Treasurer C.W. Acree Jr., will speaker at the Jax Navy demy. He has been a naval
bring the members up to date on Federal Credit Union annual aviator since 1932.
growth in shares and loans which meeting will, be the senior naval Admiral Stroh has served in I
... ... increased assets to over .$11- officer in the Jacksonville Com- the Jacksonville area on two pre
million in 1968. plex and himself a member of vious occasions. In 1956 he com-
the Credit Union, RAdm. RobertJ. manded the Mayport-based newly
'. .... ..it"1 < ,, Credit Committee Chairman
Stroh commander Fleet Air commissioned attack carrier USS
.' \:. t H.A. Morrison; Jr., and Supervisory ,
a. )
\ ; Jacksonville.A Saratoga and in 1962 and 1963
,, ., Committee Chairman A.C.
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"< .j"-'\ Seablom Jr., will report on the veteran of more than 42 he served again at Mayport as
'.,.' ''.;, >:' ". ; .; ,, ;. <<""fY.i1 t' 1'i : _}' activities of their respective years service, Admiral Stroh is Commander Carrier division
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committees. The members pre- a native of New York City and a Six.Prior
sent will be given the oppor- 1930 graduate of the Naval Aca- to assuming his pre
Door Prizes Readied tunity to ask questions or make sent duties he served as Deputy
.suggestions, about the operationof Director of the Joint Strategic
their credit union.Nominees Target Planning Staff in Omaha,
For Lucky CU Members Nebraska. .
On Oct. 31, 1967 he relieved
impressive list of door' Nominees for four seats' on RAdm. H.H. Caldwell as com-
prizes An will be given away to credit the board and two vacancies on mander, Fleet: Air, JacksonvilleIn
: union members during: the annual the Credit Committee will be ceremonies aboard the air
meeting. The member.winning presented to the membership by station.At .
&WMcm1JtJft the grand prize will receivea the Nominating: Committee NAS Pensacola on July 31
,I GE portable color television. Chairman,'. Capt. L.W. Graves. of last year Rear Admiral Stroh
Second prize will be a set of The committee has nominatedC.W. was designated as the "Grey
Ff.wU Wilson "golf irons. Other prizes Acree Jr., Management Eagle of Naval Aviation," a distinction -
include: 6 RCA transistor radios, Assistance Office, NAS Jacksonville e given to the senior naval
103rd St. at W sconnett Bltd.! Osterizer food blender Rem- ; R.E. Byrd, industrial hy- aviator in the Navy and Marine
We Wire Flowers ington electric knife, Philco gienist, NAS Jacksonville} Lt. Corps on active duty.
Phone SP 1-3770 or SP 1-0250 table, radio, Ronson Table Chef, C.M. Hancock, Supply, NASJack- He is married to the former
FlowersFor man's and lady's Uamiltonwatch, sonville; J.H Lee, administrative Gloria Shea of New York City.
Every Occasion and a Polaroid Camera.All officer Public Works Department The Strohs have two children, a
members arriving before ; Owen Russell, em-, son, Army Lieutenant TimothyJ.
FREE DELIVERY 7:30 p.m. will be eligible to par- ployee-management specialist, Stroh, and a daughter, Ro-
JEWELL J. SMITH/ ticipate in.the drawingof'"Early Industrial Relations Department, berta Emily Stroh,'.a student at
Bird Prizes." NAS Jacksonville; and W.G. Wil RAdm ,Stroh Bellevue College, Nebraska.
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,.:. Each year,. in the month of January, your credit union holds its annual ,membership meeting.'. : itD'. ;::' "
The purpose of this meeting is to hear reports from the officials and to give the members the:" J.V>>..i.'l :\ h;'s
opportunity to express opinions about the operation of their credit union. -: ." "; '.." .'
Each member or share holder has one vote, regardless of the amount of shares held. It'ls?a--** ." '
.:U member's right and obligation to attend this meeting and vote for the member he feels can best "I'.
represent him on the Board of Directors and Credit Committee.

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I Merit Promotion System Being RevisedEditor's I."I

( Note: This is the thirdof agency. It must be as broad as area, for example, may consist
a series of articles on the practicable so that enough highly of an installation in a particularcity. hT
revised Merit Promotion Policy). qualified candidates can be located The broadening may extend '.
In each promotion action thereis and,, employees have adequate the area to include a region. For
an "area of consideration opportunities advance- most trades and labor jobs and
which consists of the part of the ment. for jobs at GS-4 and below !
agency in which an intensive Higher grade jobs generally however the agency does not j
search \for eligible candidatesto have broader areas of consi- have to go beyond the. wage or .
fill a vacancy. The area may deration than lower grade ones, 'commuting area. It
be the headquarters office in because there are fewer eligible The second feature is that ,
Washington D.C., a division office candidates and fewer job oppor- agencies must set up proceduresfor l
in a field installation, or tunities at the higher grades.. accepting voluntary applica-
other appropriate part of'the Under,the revised Federal Merit tions for .employees who are interested -
Promotion Policy, for jobs at GS-' in jobs .outside their ,
14 and above, the area will be own area of consideration. The t
the entire agency unless this area procedures can vary from agencyto :
$bW Bo&tClicker would produce too many candidates agency. One agency, for NEW NARFCONTRACT--Capt.C.T.Faulders Jr.,NARF commanding
or the nature of the jobs example, may allow its em- officer, signs the Employee-Management Cooperative Agreement
makes such broad consideration ployees to submit their applica- between NARF and the International Association of Machinists
,Dowers inappropriate.There -tions ar any time; another agency 'and Aerospace Workers, Naval Air Lodge 1630. The new contract
are two other new features -, may set a specific time once a which went into effect ,this week was also signed by Larry Mc-
French Fries, Koll b SlawS in the 'promotion policy to '.year. Donald Union president and other negotiating members

1 assure selection of highly quali-
lis fied candidates and to increase
advancement opportunities for Merit Prom fl Opportunities AnnouncedMerit I
4 pieces | 2 pieces employees.First .
In BOXE9-BUOCETS-BARRELS the agency generally promotion opportunities Nationwide. Applications for this of the federal government. Application
must broaden the area'of con- currently open for;receipt of'applications posit jon oW be accepted throughthe Forms. 171 for these
SEAFOOD TOOl sideration when fewer than three are listed below. The closer o( business Feb. 20. postions sould be filed with I
4621'SAN, JUAN AVE. 384-2386; highly qualified candidates are area of consideration and the MPB No. -69 Industrial Engineer IRD, Box 22, NAS Jacksonville,
located in the area. The.Initial closing date of each are shown. GS-5, 7, 9, or 11. Area Fla., 32212.

",,__'U.1_ ____ (__. ,,, MPB No. '72-6'7 Plan -grade .of consideration Nationwide. Applications -
-4( ifvurifir rtrnrTtm" tf tf'r: n -
levels GS-4 and below;, ,MPB forthese positions will regarding
No. 79-67 Plan C all semi- be ccepted.untllhe; needs of the these postions, see the
MONEY: skilled positions pay level seven service are met. copies of the bulletins or an-
Cash Month ly Months and a below and MPB No. nouncements or call Ext. 2320,
You Get Payment to Pay 83-67 Plan, B all skilled positions All applicants must.be career: Rating and ExamingBranch,
INI 1 DAY pay level eight and a- or career-conditional employees NAS Jacksonville. .
84.3 5.00 24 bove. Area of consideration:

$25 219.27 13.00 24 JAX, FAETULANT Naval Hos-
320.79 pital, Navy Commissary Stores,
J9.00 24 Navy Recruiting Station, Disease Roosevelt
427.51 25.00 24 Vector Control Center and Resident S I ) CAR WASH'
.: Storage Office, Jackson- Mali
.500.51 29.00 24 ville. Applications for.these positions -
will be accepted at any OPEN DAILY 8:30: AM 5:30: PM J

BY! PHONE Payments 600.00 inc 14.9 ude interest.24 time.which be A interested filed separate for each applicationmust positionin FREE CAR WASH

MPB No. 183-68 Aircraft Qua
9j.2lciL:: lity control Specialist GS-9; WITH/ FILL UP OF 15 GALS, OR MORE STANDARD OIL

FI..c. CtBpm. MPB No. 181-68 Administrative, PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS+ ACCEPTED,
Librarian GS-9 arid! MPB No.
188- 8 Supervisory Aerospace .
4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384 2341 Engineer (Power Plant) GS-12, Support the ,Jacksonville RocketsBuy :
or 13. Area of consideration:

,21 5256 WEST.BEACH- :FORSYTII I1LVD. ",ST. ,DIAL,mAL 359 356.0735. 289"At Nationwide.these positions Applicationsor will be accepted Your Season Tickets Now!!!

through the close of business
Monday. SPRAWAX -., 50*
MPB No.4-69 Medical technologist .
-or Medical technician, Located Roosevelt Mall Shopping Center
GS-7. Area of consideration

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And these are only a few of the Airlines that are within our : .. .'. ; .
reach.Airline.We can take you anywhere In the world on any scheduled j : WE GET : ,. ,,,, ,,; : ,
How much? We can tell you. Ask about Military Fares. Excursion :::: $170
Fares or Family Fares per .Olil./ .:::,;;;: ,
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see us In NAS Dlda. 13 at the Main Gate. Also at Mayport .. .,( "''' -it.,.' .. ,
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Base Dental Department Discusses J. I

I Surplus Property

Children's Dental Health WeekEDITORS J Sold Tomorrow .

( NOTE: February 2 parently, dextranase attacks a Fluorides, as you know, '
through 8 is the 21st annual Na- metabolic product of the specific been proven highly 'a p YM .t Ykvt The station's Disposal
tional Children's Dental Health streptococci that are associatedwith safe in preventing caries. division will hold a sur-
Week. As part of the obser- caries. more than 81 million plus property sale at 9a.m.
vance, the Dental Department This metabolic product, dex- side in fluoridated
tomorrow. Located
Naval Air Station Jacksonville tran, is involved in the forma- and countless studies
begins a series of articles on tion of dental plaqueor claculus. children who drink south of the Main Gate,
facts you should know about den- Plaque is one of the most important water from birth will Surplus has invited mili- .
tal health.) considerations in decay much as 65 per cent less tary and civilian DOD'perstnnel -
A lot of newspaper stories formation, because it adheres to than children who do not to participate.
have said that tooth decay may the teeth and provides a "nest"for the benefits of Those under 21 years of
be completely cured within a few the bacteria which producethe ideal fluoride content of : age and those people
years. Is this true? acids that attack the teeth. should be 1.0 parts per working for or within the '
Generally, the outlook is very Thus, scientists believe that The Jacksonville City disposal their
optimistic for complete controlof destruction of dextran, throughthe tem contains 0.7 parts per ---LCdr. Gustav W. program ;
tooth decay within the next use of the enzyme dextra- lion which is quite good. (I) listens to the duties agents or
immediate members of
10 to 20 years. Scientists have nase, may result-in a 'break- Now, dental of his
recently reported on a number of down of the plaque and a sig- combining the of Communica- their households 'are not .
studies that have produced sig- nicificant reduction in caries. water with two other 9)a as'explained by eligible. :
nificant results. However, there are other studies fluoride--direct application '"
One of the most promising being conducted which also fluoride solution to the skipper, r
studies -- still to be conducted offer hope that decay will become regular toothb rushing with a
with human subjects -- involvesthe controllable with a few years. ridated dentifrice. This
use of a specific enzyme Several of these studies involvethe fluoride treatment has :-

called dextranase in the controlof multiple use of fluorides to in reductions in decay as lca t-Ion Division .,i: :,,".
dental caries (decay). Ap prevent the formation of decay. as' 90 per cent. This is the : :

prevention rendered by the "

techniques Dental However Corps.,on the a widespread use of all Hold Command Change : .

is still in the future, and
difficult to tell whether it of the Naval Air LCdr. Bickel has served in .
rTFCLAY be five years or 20 years Communications Depart- that position since February 1966 :;. :
now that such decay change hands next week and is now scheduled to reportto '.,::,
will be available to the GustaV W. Loll re- the 'Naval Air Facility, Cam ; '"

public. So if }ou have .R.M.Bickel as Com Rahn Bay, Vietnam, for duty as .I
(Continued; on Page ) Officer. Avionics Weapons Officer.
LCdr. Loll reports here from
the Naval Air. Reserve TrainingUnit

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his off-duty hours the new
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; F NA TTC ...hi". the. Sceies ..Draft Italian- -Beer Sandwichs -

By Phyllis HarkinsA CARRY OUT FOODS

Officer Guffanti will be stationed Mon, Tue., Thur., Fri. and: Sat:
graduation ceremony was
Open 12 NOON til Midnight
held in Bldg. 411- on Jan. 15 at the Naval Air Reserve Wednesday 6:00 PM tit Midnight
for members of AOA) School Training Unit at Alameda Calif.
Class 836. AOC Norman G. The class average was 77.40. Y t \ PIZZALAW
Corley AO instructor congratu- ************ ;j5304

lated the graduates and presented Jan. 14 began the second weekof
t them with diplomas during the basketball season at e, R N- --- "
, the ceremony.AA NATTC with the AO"A" Tur- Wesconnett 81 vd.
lust North of 103rd St.)
Bobby Joe Green was keys downing the MAD Big Reds Ph. 771-7966
honorman with an averageof 37 to 34. High scorer was Bo-
90.27. He received an Honor venkamp of the Turkeys with 17
Student Certificate in additionto points. Edwards was high man SPACIOUS & PEACEFULMARSHALL
his diploma.The for the Big Reds with a total of ACRES
class average was 77.25. 16 points. 9359 103rd Street
************ The AE"A" Point Zylchersdow Jacksonville's newest &
d the Ship's Company Ani- most modern mobile home
AEA) School Class 832 grad-
uated 44 men at the Naval Air mals! 56-34 In the second gameof community is now open for
Technical Training Center on the night. Point leaders were your inspection. Large 44 x
Jan. 16. Congratulations and Carpenter of the Point Zylchers MELTING GOLD--Ron Kart, NARF metal worker, adjusts tool} 75 lots.
diplomas were" handed out by with 16 points and Croninof ONLY $35 PER MO.
on stainless steel tubing before he turns on brazing machine in
the B School Training Officer me Animals with 12. Swimming pool, tennis court,
LCdr. DJ. Evers.Honorman AO"A" Rockets- met the AOB right background. shuffleboard court, B B Q
for the class was Stackers on the 15th and won pit, picnic built for your en-
AEAN L. Guffanti who had an 47- 2. Rudd of the Stackers led. NARF Adds Brazing joyment. Act Today?' Call:
average of 88.76. In additionto the [scoring with 26; Parks had EL VCKANO' MOTOR COURT
his diploma, he received an 21 or the Rockets. Also, theAO'U" Mr. F. S. Martin Manager
Honor Student Certificate. Petty Bombers downed the Machine to OperationThe 359.2924
MAD Big Reds 4933.
For Full Details
Jax Naval Air 'Rework gular heat brazing only more
Facility (NARF) has added anew precise) involves Using'a joining .
machine to Its plant opera- fitting which ,has an insert of 82 CLIPPER e CROSBY SEACRAFTOATOR.ROCKET
The ALL NEW tions and It is one'of only two per cent, pure gold! ,.and 18 per
such machines used by Navy cent nickel alloy as the joining :
rework employees throughout the material. The machine itself-
country. actually uses three,elements
This addition is a portable to create the necessary 1900 m,wuwr MERCURY
computerized tube induction degrees' of heat 'needed to braze OUTBOARDS
brazing machine built at a cost the stainless steel tubes. .in ,the
of approximately $45,000 by the added fitting. The,first requirement MERCRUISER
Aeroquip Corp., Jackson, Mich. for a successful braze is I STERNDRIVES
The brazing machine performsan cleanliness of all parts. ,Argon
operation which joins two pieces gas which flows through and a- EXPERT
of stainless steel tubing by round the joint keeps It cool and REPAIR/
For TheMODERN heat and capillary action.. In free of contamination of elements SHOP
the operaton at the Jax faci- In the atmosphere. Second, wa -
I SOUNDS of lity it is used to braze tubingon ter Is circulated through, the
the A-7A aircraft itself or brazing tool to keep from over- INLET MARINESales
COUNTRY and WESTERN in wing sections which have been heating, and third is heat gen- ,
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Monday and TuesdayHIGHBALLS for repairing similiarly and nickel alloy around the tube 264-9835
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I Is also being used In the U.S. The Sax facility has four men
Manned Space Program at Cape ,who recently completed the,op-
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thru NAVY
Monday Friday: Prior to the new method of manufacturer Aeroquip Corp.

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Dental .'" '.
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children, the best way to pre- Newport Custom 4 Dr.' Hdtop.All .

vent decay Is to observe. the Want II Section power & air, PRICED TO
Movies four dental health rules: SELL. Call Mr. Madison Base
will be shown
nightlyat 1 .- Cut down on sweets. If Ext. 2431 or 384-5941 WE
the NAS
Theater at 7:30 p.m.
your children have a sweet tooth, FINANCE.
There will also be a kiddie matinee -

i at 2 p.m. Saturday and a let them eat sweets right aftera Ads should/ be mailed. U the Holt Publithina. Company SCREENED POOL ,

regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- meal and then brush their 1950 Blinding' Blvd., Jacksonville, Florida. 32210, to arrive Cent. H&A 3 BR., 2Ba., 26'
teeth. ;
day and holidays.The not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
Hospital Theater will have 2 Always brush teeth Immediately day. Ads arriving too, late for this deadline will be published Lr., Sep. DR. Eat in Kit., Em.
after eating, Including the following week unless the publisher is instructed other Foyer, Gar. $3200 Dwa., $130
feature 7
one nightly at p.m. snacks. The crucial period for wise. A check 'M money order for the full cost of the ad must Mo. 771-6460.
Cecil Field will have two nightly be received WITH the .copy for the ad.
decay-causing acid to do its
shows during the week at 5:30
FOR SALE-1960 OODGE"Matador"
damaging work is within 30
and 8 Matinees will be
minutes after eating. Through- A/T, 4 Dr., $125.
shown on weekends at 2 and ness in brushing is most im RATE: Minimum charge ((3.lines) ..". . .$2.00 Call Cecil Ext. 255. Lt.' (jg)

5 p.m. portant. P.r additional lin.'((4 words per lin.i.) . .O.SO Brookman.
Ratings: A-Adults; G-General
Visit your dentist regularly.He .
Audience; M-Matured Youths; S-
will keep close watch for any LARGE BELL-REY CAMPER,
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Good G-Good.F-Fair Q A
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dental problems. 2 Br. Furn. Apt. A/C Furn.
Christmas Lay Aways left un- ORTEGA HILLS VA 4 3/4
Regular dental checkups are Built In. elect kitch. Will
claimed. Beautiful Stereo-Radio rent
THURSDAY, JAN. 23 an essential of .TAD $118 mo. 3 Br., 2 Ba., LR.,
part prevention. Combination Walnut Console' to personnel. Suitable for
DR., Paneled Den, Eat in Kit.,
4 Drink fluoridated
water. Model Families or Bachelors. 5 min.
that has
never been used.
: PRIX'starringJames Bit in Elec Rg & Ov., AC., W/W
Garner and Eva Marie You can have for balance $68. to NAS. TV,Utensils,Elec.Blan- Carpet, Gust. Drapes Fn. Yd.
You can buy Freedom Shares $9 ket optional 264-6884.
Saint. Color racing Drama. or per mo. Phone 353-1946 384-4397.
A-M/E (175 mins.) which earn interest at the ANYTIME. Will deliver, no ob WELDING I '(
higher rate of 5 cent if held
ligation. 1606 Main'Street.
HOSPITAL: "WATERHOLE to maturity of1J4 yean No job.too large or small.Trail MIDDLEBURG AREA
#3" starring James Coburn and over the counter, in single pur- ers, ornamental iron work, fuel Big Branch Rd., 5 Acres 10
Carroll O'Connor. Color Wes- chases with Series E Savings WIL-MAR APARTMENTS oil stands. Westside Custom' acres & larger. Terms. Ph.

tern Comedy. A/E (95 mins.) Bonds of the,same or larger, de Near' NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of Welding Corner Lane & Lenox. 282-5272 or 282-5224..
CECIL FIELD: 'ST. VALENTINE'S nomination.IOOKKEEPING. Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn. 781-9482. '

DAY MASSACRE" star- Apts. Newly painted, 2 BR., LR,
ring Jason Robards Jr. and Kit. Furn. Nook 2 Car parking. 1966 FORD GALAXIE
George Segal.Color Melo Drama. Water, Sewage & Garbage includ. Olive with black interior 390
A-M/VG ((100 mins.FRIDAY ,Only $85 ,Mo. for unfurn. Call Unclaimed Sewing MachinesWe cu. in. / ,air conditioned.
have. 2 1969 DialomaticZig
387-2541 nites weekends Call '
$ or
JAN 24 3890744. Zags that have never been
used. They were Christmas Lay-
MUSIC starring Julie Andrews HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER Aways that were never pickedup. 7722557. .
( Excel. condition 4 Br. Customers left area. We are
and Christopher Plummer. Color 2B.Cen
Musical Drama. G/S.((174.mins.) AND TAX SERVICE tral A/C & Heat, Redwood fence. unable to locate them. You can. 1966 RAMBLER CLASSIC
have these machines for bal.
HOSPITAL: "GRAND PRIX" ..S..aeee.ee..e Rolling Hills area 781-3680 any. $47 each. Cash or terms. Phone 770 4 Dr. AT.R&H,aski $790.
CECIL FIELD: "KISS THE time. Wholesale price $850.If interested -
Income Tax Preparation 353-1946 ANYTIME. We deliver.
OTHER SHEIK" starring Mar- No call J.E. Rich ADJ-2 VA174Ext.
1606 Main Street.
cello Mastroianni and Virn Lisi. Expert Service Guaranteed DIAL TOM CAVINESS I obligation. 171. Financing can be arranged -

Color Comedy. A/G (85 mins.) Open 9 A.M.-Earlier By U you would like to become a through Cr. Un.
AppointmentSundays Disc Jockey, Newscaster or An- 7USTISS TRAILER PARK1
SATURDAY, JAN, 25 in Emergency nouncer. A recorded message by Otr. Mile no. of NAS. dean 1966TRIUMPH SPITFIRE '

NAS: ,"TWO FOR THE ROAD" And Tom Caviness tells you how. modern .trailers & Apts. 389- Good Cond. Best Offer. 1967
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Finney. Color Drama Co 384-1034 5271.after 4:30 p.m.

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MUSIC" A/C 40' At night & weekends.. Have trans-
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: 5'x7 Shed, Washer/Dryer, 7236 portation. 768-3968.
#3" Since 1953 348 Stiles Ave. Orange Park or
Blanding Blvd. #105, 771.7144.OPEN .
388-2337 after 6.
ABJ1 Rufus J.' Stringer' VAW- "
:', NAS: "FORT UTAH" starring VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS 122 Norfolk, would like to swap
John Ireland and Virginia Mayo. 3 BR, 1,1 1/2, & 2 baths $100' w/anyone NAS Jax or Cecil

Color Western, also, "SEAHOUND" down as low as $65 month. Callus Field. If interested contact
chapter 15.Ijjr. SUNDAY for up to date lists, that will 2644306. by Jan. 27th.
be mailed 'without obligation.


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tonholes, fancy designs, -
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I Air War Against North In Capsule FormEditor's

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( Note: Cecil Field Vietnamese capital. communications station south of by F4 Phantoms from the USS trucks destjoyed or damaged and
I Attack Squadrons raided above FEBRUARYBad Hanoi three times. Kitty Hawk. The pilots used 65 bridges down or partially
North Viet Nam again and APRIL bombs rockets and air to ground closed during the month.
again, in coordination with weather over targets and missiles to start several firesIn AUGUSTTwo
the bombing pause during Tet -- With the reduction the bombIng the
sister from other
the Vietnamese New Year -. area of North Vietnam, Navy complex.JUNE F8 pilots from the USS
air stations, deployed aboard limited missions and assess pilots ranged over the southern Bon Homme Richard teamed to
the carriers of Yankee Sta ment. Renewed hostilities panhandle region hitting supply Flying through heavy anti shoot down another enemy MIG
tion.' his is a brief summary brought major attacks against the routes, traffic facilities and com aircraft fire and flak, Navy pil- over Vinh. Aerial reconnaissance -
of what they did by the 7th Cat Bi, Kien An and Vinh air munication links. transship ots took a heavy toll of highway revealed several targets
Fleet's "Detachment Charlie fields, all located within five ,ment points south of Vinh were hit bridges In a continuing effort to and A4 Skyhawks of the USS Intrepid -
miles of Haiphong; and the Hia by A6 Intruders from the USS block the flow' of war supplies responded with an attackon
I ) Thuong airfield, 22 miles west Enterprise early in the month. through the panhandle. at a vital petroleum pipelinewest
JANUARY of Thanh Hoa. carrier based On other raids,aviators destroyed least 27 secondary explosions e- of Vinh while Carrier Air
aircraft struck the Haiphong rail- 25 bridges, 252 trucks, 116 rupted as pilots of the USS En- Wing 14 and USS America based
Operating between the New road yard (west), the Port Redon supply barged and four ware terprise unloaded their 500 aircraft hit petroleum storage
Year's holiday truce and Tet facility, Uong Bi thermal power houses. A4 Skyhawks from the pound bombs on a truck park three tanks south of the city. Secondary -
truce, Navy pilots flew 741 mis- plant north northwest of Hai USS Ticonderoga hit troop' concentrations miles east of Vinh, June 16. explosions from 1,000 -
sions from Yankee Station phong, and the Hal Duong rail and rocket and artillery Carrier Air Wing 19 aviatorsof pound bombs rocked the facilityend
carriers to attack concentrations yard near Hanoi. Damage assessment sites in and just''' north of the the USS America locked on to end as black smoke rose
of barges, and supply boats, rolling west again limited, but DMZ during the month. enemy targets in the panhandle to 3,000 ft. in August. BonHom-
stock, bridges and trucks up pilots reported all ordnance on scoring trucks and storage areas me Richard pilots shattered a
and down the North Vietnamese target and onesecondary explosionat MAY southeast of Vinh. Toward the major SAM complex north of Vinh
coast. On Jan. 2, attack air- the Uong Bi power plant. USS end of the week, a Navy F8 with 2,000 pound bombs and five
craft of the USS Oriskany and USS Ticonderoga and Coral Sea Sky- Restricted to the panhandle, Crusader pilots downed a Communist inch rockets minutes after the
Kitty Hawk destroyed or damaged hawks unloaded bombs on two Navy pilots continued to hammer MIG 21 jet fighter after site had launched missiles at an-
at least 30 trucks, 70 supply enemy artillery positions northof enemy supply facilities and defense ,a 45-second dogfight, over other flight of A4's.
boats and 80, pieces of rolling the DMZ, but again were unable positions. Three surface, the panhandle. '
stock. The next day they sev- to assess damage. to air missile sites north and JULY SEPTEMBERThe
erely damaged the Kien An high- MARCH northwest of Vinh were bombedby campaign to cut Communist -
way bridge and an adjacent Bon Homme Richard A4's Navy flyers shot down three land routes south of the
span 1.7 miles from Haiphong.A6 Navy pilots flew 755 missions in raids which destroyed nine more enemy MIGs over the panhandle 19th parallel continued through
Intruders of Carrier Air Wing inclement weather conditions missile launchers and three SAM bringing 27 total numberof Sept. as Seventh Fleet carrier
Two broke up the railroad bridge against North Vietnamese linesof transporters. The massive Communist aircraft downed by based aircraft bombarded North
at Hai Duong, a vital link between communications, production storage complex at Xom Trung 11 Naval aviators since June 17, Vietnam's panhandle. Navy pil-
Haiphong and Hanoi. Early facilities and supply routes. Kit- miles west of Vinh was rocked 1965. Seventh Fleet pilots from ots destroyed or, damaged 585
iq the month, Kitty Hawk A6's ty Hawk aircraft blasted the Hal by secondary explosions and fires the USS,Intrepid,USS Bon Homme supply boats, 257 trucks and 69
cratered the, Cat Bi airfield, Dong chemical plant between sending smoke billowing high Into Richard and Carrier Air Wing bridges. A Navy pilot downedthe .
four miles south of the North Hanoi and Haiphong while other the sky as jets from Carrier Air six 'continued to pound supply Navy's 29th MIG Sept. 20.
carrierbased planes hammeredthe Wing Nine and USS Bon Homme and storage facilities in'the pan- The Carrier Air Wing 10 F8
'. Hanoi port facilitiy five times Richard and USS Ticonderoga handle. Piersbridges and truckson aircraft on patrol over Vinh
let ug S.o. during the month. The Ban struck the facility with bombsand supply routes throughout the hit the communist MIG 21 withan
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Van Dien battery plant and a radio. damaged during repeated strikes1jakIE1iII's HONDAMONTESA rocketed numerous AAA sites and
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23, 1969 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER; Page ll I I .

:/ : ;<:: Kal's Korner [ d1 Whistling; I In j

By aSH Brent Kallestad The RiggingBy

Joe Willie Namatli reportedly I is a tough ew for journalists to
crack. He's even been accused of being downright hostile! Shaggy The Mate J. 0

Joe his ruffled hair showing the effects of ,a practice session, Your new correspondent is disorganized people to teach you to sail, if
had another :side: for the military Saturday morning.It absent minded and necessary.

seems as if Joe is in great i let's face it -- not at all ship The racing goes on despitethe
demand to make public appearances I. J4 shape; hence, the temporary{ cold. There is more activity
but he has somethingelse his contribution to our men in a ; disappearance of this column among the larger boats in this j
another way lie will visit tou- from the of local weather but there Rhodes
in mind for the next three pages your was a
weeks anyhow. The 25-year-old sands of servicemen during the .Y a. gazette. Bantam Class in the Gator Bowl
swinger is heading for hospitals, nest few days, and this will cer- Because of constant shifting of Regatta December 29 featuringintrepid
military installations and especially tainly buoy the spirits of many personnel, it sometimes be Eric Jensen. In the j
the "troops" in Hawaii, men stationed overseas. comes difficult to find bodies who cruiser class Fred KUng has
Japan, Korea, Okinawa, the He couldn't go into the service ? expect to be in the area long been doing well since he bought
Philippines and Guam. Joe but nevertheless he is aboutto JAX SPARKPLUG John Mann enough to fill club offices. However his Morgan 24. Fred's devotionto
doesn't want to do anything elseat contribute to our cause. It's slammed in 60-points over the Dave Sharpe and Skip sailing is attetested to by the
known as morale. Moyer new commodore and fact that he lives at Mayportbut
the moment and he said so weekend pacing the Fliers toa
vehemently Saturday morning.The pair of wins over HAS Glynco. vice-commodore except thatat keeps his boat at Navy Jax.
uniform-clad New York After using 20-minutes chatting least one of them will always For anyone interested in buyinga
Mann is Jax's
Jet helmsman seemingly enjoyed with the amiable Namath, leading be here to take the helm. cruiser-class boat, the Morgan
talking about his trip which he sauntered off -- Joe undoub- scorer of the season. This same fact was the cause 24 seems to be popular. Dave
departs from Travis Air Force tedly had things to do. for our constitution to stipulatethat and Jane Sharpe more than pleased -
Base today and although he's elections would come twicea with theirs, in spite of a.dismasting -
never been to that particular year. So prospective sailing involving the I new bridge ?
section of the world, he made it Mann Nets 60 enthusiasts you, too, may soon south of the air station.
clear that he was going thereto be a club officer if you come We hope that, in spite of the
visit the servicemen, and that down- and join us. disorganization, this column will
was that! Fliers Rip Glynco Which leads me to another once again become bi-monthly
Joe, as you know, never had thought. If\u should be Interested feature. The best way to get to
to enter the military because of in becoming a Sailing know us is to join the Saturday <
his celebrated knees; he does Take Pair On RoadJax Club member, please don't become working party, February 25. All <
have a brother who is a career discouraged if you' have members requested to attend. j
Army man, but Namath is making difficulty in finding how to go Free you-know-what for work- :
Navy, currently on a three game win skein, swept a pair of about it. The last commodore, ers; bring your own picnic lunch.
.. games from WAS) Glynco over the weekend, taking a 93-75; verdict who In the last five years has
Friday night, and a 115-87 decision Saturday afternoon. been commodore three times and peooocoooeooeoooo**
High-scoring John Maim paced both victories scoring 26 {pointsin held :several other offices, became -
the first; victory, and :34\ in the second contest. Tlie Fliers 208- a member only after persistence GIANT MEET
point output in the two games raised their season average to 90 It's not that we don't SWAP
points a game. welcome :and actively seek JAX LARGEST FLEA
Friday night's contest had the your membership. It's just that MARKETAll
frie a We : Fliers:;; out in front, fiO-40 half- son 11 and RandyWhittaker we're a very informal organization ; -
> timebut the visiting quintet from into double figures with 10 points and ')have no one who is always Spaces Under Shelter
Jax maintained a comfortablelead The pair of wins gave the on duty, at the clubhouse. 20th and Edgewood
throughout the final 20 Fliers a 7-6 season record. Jax So, since this is the time, (before -
minutes enroute to their sixth hosts Charter Oaks Friday night, the best weather actually Every Sat. 9 am 6: GO pm .
win of the year. Florida East Coast Railroad, arrives), contact Commodore Sun 9 am 6:00 pm
Mann's 2G counters came ona Saturday night, and Tuesday Dave Sharpe ((264-9094)) or Vice-
rit > dozen fielders and two charity evening they meet Charter Oaksat Commodore Skip Moyer, ((384- Phone
t tosses. Nick Mc3ride! tossedin the Coliseum I in a Jacksonville 2397)). We have boats that belong 768-7058 or 768-4793 .
19, Jimmy Stevenson 14, and University prelim. f to the club and qualified I.' 354-0119 ."
Ken Winkle and Pete Bovenkamp 4

4 both scored 13: markers for the / .
4&x victorious Jax Navy squad.

o :a Mann, the 5-10 sparkplug lit
the Jax offensive output Saturday ,JJ"
with 14 field goals and ,six free : : .

NICE CATCH Robbie Gel- throws for his :34 points, but :
fand, who probably could hook big Pete Bovemkamp gave tremendous -
just about anything she wanted scoring punch also with
to caught more than she bargained 27 markers on 12 hits from the
for on this visit to floor and three from the free MINTICI-M4U 1969
Matheson Hammock County throw line. McBride added 19,
Park in Coral Cables Fla. Bob Tuscan J2, Jimmy Steven d. PERSONAL

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I Naiiiath To Tour Far EastBy I The BIGI

JOSH Brent Kallestad"I'm bronze-tanned signal caller was was from the shots -- I know SELLING
asked if there were things'he'd that. And I stayed home all I
looking forward to that", rather do. Quite forcefully,Joe day yesterday and last night witha
replied Joe Namath when asked interrupted, "If there's anythingI'd sweat Jacket, a pair of sweat SHOWDOWN
about his pending tour to mili- rather do, I'd do it. I don't pants a shirt, shoes and socks
tary installations in the Pacific do anything I don't wanna do, except and an.80-degreetemperature in
along with several other profes- pay taxes." my room and I was cold 1 Sweating
sional football stars. The ex-Alabama great of Fu like a dog and I was freezing."
I caught Namath and teammateAl Manchu fame was then asked And that friends! is a little diffi- S
Atkinson during a practice about the vaccinations he was cult ,for Joe the Jet -- staying
session the day before the American receiving -- as all servicemendo home that Is -- and especiallyat
Football League All Star -- in preparation for the big niaht.
game here. These two are a- trip overseas (he had just received Servicemen in the Pacificareahave AVENUE
the several players leav- four shots the day before something to look forward to 1550 CASSAT
mong ing the States tomorrow for a )and Namath said "Yester- In days ahead with Namath, Atkinson -
two-and-a-half week tour over- day my knees felt worse than and troupe coming over
they did in a long time and it for a visit
; seas.
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quarterback heading for Hawaii, "f 't"" t.Is. it ';[ 'fti'h1f'f'?.. r y.t.flli\f t'J ,. t'
Korea, Okinawa, the ;: :1fl; 1! fJ 1"
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Green Bay Packer tight end. Atkinson 67 FORD4Door
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merall.Namath's name adds much lus- JET SET SAILORS---New York Jets, "Chief" AI Atkinson and"Seaman" Futura4-Door
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Chief Orient.Journalist In an interview Fred Winne with, '65 G.T.0.

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former Villanova grid star: commented
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